Police have received a new Mi-17V-5 multi-role helicopter as part of the equipment modernisation project to enhance mobility.
Russian Helicopters, part of state corporation Rostec, delivered the aircraft on Wednesday to Interior ministry officials led by CS Joseph Nkaissery.
The "rotorcraft" was by Kazan Helicopters.
Decision comes as the African Union debates a mass withdrawal from the court
South Africa’s attempt to withdraw from the International Criminal Court has been ruled “unconstitutional and invalid” by a Pretoria court. The decision is a victory for activists hoping to stem an exodus of African nations from the ICC.
A new partnership has been formed between European and African researchers to develop an AIDS vaccine that can be used to prevent infection with different strains of HIV worldwide.
THE HAGUE, Feb 2 (Reuters) - The United Nations' highest court ruled on Thursday it has the authority to adjudicate in a maritime boundary dispute between Kenya and Somalia over stretches of the Indian Ocean potentially rich in oil and gas.
Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos confirmed Friday he would step down ahead of elections due in August, signalling the end to his 37-year long reign, and naming Joao Lourenco as the candidate to run in his place.
Sixteen people were wounded in a grenade explosion outside a Catholic church during a Christmas eve mass in the Philippines' restive southern island of Mindanao, a priest and police said on Saturday.
Queen Elizabeth II has invited the Conservative Party leader to form a new government.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday met leaders of the New Ford-Kenya party, barely three days after they announced its dissolution.
Nairobi has landed a top position in cities spurring technology and real estate development with a potential of being the leading African country in socio-economic growth, a report has said.
Astronomers call them super-Earths, and they are abundant outside our solar system. But the more experts learn about them, the weirder our own planet seems in comparison.
Planets the size of Earth and up to four times larger are believed to make up about three-quarters of the planet candidates discovered by NASA's Kepler spacecraft.